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    And this one is from an accident that happened while giving a Haircut with a straight razor (yes, I can do that).
    No stitches need. Like a Man, I just put the flap back and taped it down. A week later, good as new.Name:  DSC00966.JPG
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    A very fine contribution! Sucks that it's on a bendy part, gonna make healing a bit of a pain. Thanks for taking time out for the photo.
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    Wow some pretty nasty cuts; hope everyone healed up ok. I do have to thank you all for this thread though because my wife kept coming up behind me when I was either stropping or getting ready to shave, but after showing her some of the cuts in this thread i think she'll now be staying as far from me as possible whenever I got the razor out
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    Quote Originally Posted by Swerve View Post
    Update here is how it looks with stiches
    Swerve, that looks REALLY uncomfortable!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyCakeDC View Post
    And this one is from an accident that happened while giving a Haircut with a straight razor (yes, I can do that).
    No stitches need. Like a Man, I just put the flap back and taped it down. A week later, good as new.Name:  DSC00966.JPG
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    I've never been able to get those like that to regraft. Tried many times, usually just save time, and when it's still kinda numb from the cut, just clip it off. Maybe next time, it's bound to happen, I'll try Krazy glue.
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    I've been hearing that hospitals and people use crazy/super glue now instead of stitches. People here who used it, does it sting super bad?

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    I have used super glue for years. It burns pretty good for about 30-60sec and then it is over. But what I like is no stitches that costs hundreds of dollars and no or little scarring.


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    I've been hearing that hospitals and people use crazy/super glue now instead of stitches. People here who used it, does it sting super bad?

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    I have used super glue for years. It burns pretty good for about 30-60sec and then it is over. But what I like is no stitches that costs hundreds of dollars and no or little scarring.


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    I've been hearing that hospitals and people use crazy/super glue now instead of stitches. People here who used it, does it sting super bad?

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    Double tap.
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    So good for sealing scales AND fingers??
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